Wannian Temple is one of the major temples on Mount Emei in Sichuan Province, Southwest China. It was initially built in the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317 – 420), and then destroyed by a fire. In 1953 it was rebuilt.
There are three treasures in the temple: the Beamless Hall, the Puxian Buddha, and the Tooth of Buddha.
A legend of Wannian Temple goes that there is a special kind of frog in the rectanglular pond to the right of Wannian Temple, and people can hear melodious sounds from the pond in the evening.
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